Connected with nature, our lives are better

We are healthier and happier, and our communities are stronger, more equitable, and more economically competitive. Enhancing people’s connections to nature drives our mission.

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust leads and inspires action to conserve and enhance the landscape from Seattle across the Cascade Mountains to Central Washington, ensuring a long-term balance between people and nature.

Greenway is an NHA!

The Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. It has a great ring to it. After more than a decade of preparation and advocacy, with support from thousands of citizens and organizations, and thanks to bipartisan support in Congress, the Greenway is now official. National Heritage Area designation affirms what we have known for a long time: that this place we call home is special. It tells a nationally significant story that merits recognition and deserves our continued care and stewardship.
No one knew that better than our founder, Jim Ellis. Jim’s vision and leadership launched the Greenway, and it was wonderful that he could see the Greenway recognized in such a profound way before passing away in late 2019 at the age of 98. The values Jim exemplified and wove into the fabric of the Greenway will guide our efforts to continue his good work.

I anticipate that National Heritage Area designation will elevate our perspectives and extend the boundaries of what we see as possible in this amazing place. Through our work this year, we’ve continued to connect communities with public lands in the Upper Yakima Basin; enhanced safe and sustainable access to our “backyard wilderness” in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley; promoted pride-of-place for natural, historical, and cultural resources in the Snoqualmie Valley; and helped the Greenway’s burgeoning urban population connect with and care for nature.

Thank you for your part in making what we do and what we achieve together possible.

  • Jon Hoekstra
  • Jon HoekstraExecutive Director
“One of the special treasures of our part of the country is the natural beauty and opportunities for exploration, especially in the I-90 corridor. We take this for granted, but 30 years ago it was in danger of being developed. Thanks to the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, we have it to enjoy today and for future generations.”
- Kathy Williams, Greenway Visionary

Our Work

Our Work

Urban and Edge Communities

Ballinger Open Space

What began as a volunteer planting event in 2018 has grown into a much larger commitment for the Greenway Trust at Ballinger Open Space in Shoreline. Located in a high-density area with limited access to green space, the 3-acre Ballinger Open Space is the backyard for many families and individuals. Unfortunately, after decades of neglect, the open space was overrun by invasive weeds and trash hiding beneath blackberry. Volunteers, along with Greenway Trust staff, crews and AmeriCorps members, have been leading the effort to restore Ballinger into a healthy forest with strong biodiversity.

Although it may seem like a typical urban forest restoration project, this project has a unique partnership with City Forest Credits to develop Carbon+ Credits that not only quantify carbon sequestration, but also calculate the value of other environmental benefits like air quality. This project is in partnership with the City of Shoreline and City Forest Credits and is funded by King County Flood Control District, The Nature Conservancy’s Urban Habitat project, and pilot funding from Bank of America. The goal at the end of the 25-year project is to establish 2,000 trees on site which will help store an estimated 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide, or the equivalent of removing about 1,000 cars off the road for a full year!

Duwamish Alive! Day

The Greenway Trust partnered with the City of Seattle and ECOSS to host two events in celebration of Duwamish Alive! Day in April and October. ECOSS brought together communities from their New Arrivals Program to learn about their new local environment through environmental restoration with the Greenway at Duwamish Hill Preserve in the City of Tukwila.
Everyone learned about native and invasive plants on a native plant walk, and participated in planting a native shrub buffer at Duwamish Hill, a site sacred to the Duwamish and Coast Salish Tribes.

Ballinger Open Space

Urban and Edge Communities
What began as a volunteer planting event in 2018 has grown into a much larger commitment for the Greenway Trust at Ballinger Open Space in Shoreline. Located in a high-density area with limited access to green space, the 3-acre Ballinger Open Space is the backyard for many families and individuals. Unfortunately, after decades of neglect, the open space was overrun by invasive weeds and trash hiding beneath blackberry. Volunteers, along with Greenway Trust staff, crews and AmeriCorps members, have been leading the effort to restore Ballinger into a healthy forest with strong biodiversity. Although it may seem like a typical urban forest restoration project, this project has a unique partnership with City Forest Credits to develop Carbon+ Credits that not only quantify carbon sequestration, but also calculate the value of other environmental benefits like air quality. This project is in partnership with the City of Shoreline and City Forest Credits and is funded by King County Flood Control District, The Nature Conservancy’s Urban Habitat project, and pilot funding from Bank of America. The goal at the end of the 25-year project is to establish 2,000 trees on site which will help store an estimated 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide, or the equivalent of removing about 1,000 cars off the road for a full year!
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Duwamish Alive! Day

Urban and Edge Communities
The Greenway Trust partnered with the City of Seattle and ECOSS to host two events in celebration of Duwamish Alive! Day in April and October. ECOSS brought together communities from their New Arrivals Program to learn about their new local environment through environmental restoration with the Greenway at Duwamish Hill Preserve in the City of Tukwila. Everyone learned about native and invasive plants on a native plant walk, and participated in planting a native shrub buffer at Duwamish Hill, a site sacred to the Duwamish and Coast Salish Tribes.
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Photo Credit: Puget Sound Energy

Our Work

Snoqualmie River Valley

Savor Snoqualmie Valley

Savor Snoqualmie Valley is a cooperative effort, facilitated by the Greenway Trust, to celebrate and promote the local food and farms, arts and culture, heritage, outdoor activities, and independent businesses of the Snoqualmie Valley. Local events, activities, stories, and destinations were promoted through the Savor website, Facebook page, and suite of brochures. A series of historical downtown walking tour itineraries elevated the unique history of each community and encouraged visitation to the downtown business cores. Visit savorsnoqualmievalley.org to see what’s new.

Ecological Restoration in the Snoqualmie Valley

The Greenway Trust coordinated community volunteers and professional conservation crews to restore several important open spaces in the Snoqualmie Valley. Projects included invasive plant removal and replanting with over 11,000 native trees and shrubs at Meadowbrook Farm, Sandy Cove, Kimball Creek, and Bernard Memorial Park to provide better wildlife habitat and shade along the Snoqualmie River and its tributaries. The Greenway Trust also continued a decade-long effort to control highly invasive knotweed populations along the Raging River, engaging both public and private landowners.

Heritage Summit

The third annual Snoqualmie Valley Heritage Summit, organized and facilitated by the Greenway Trust, brought together representatives from historical societies and other heritage groups from Duvall to North Bend to network, learn, and work towards shared projects, like outreach materials and digitization of newspaper archives. The Summit is part of the Greenway Trust’s year-round work to lead a coalition of heritage groups across the Valley to share resources, spark ideas for collaborative projects, and build a Valley-wide narrative to build pride of place among residents and visitors.

Savor Snoqualmie Valley

Snoqualmie River Valley
Savor Snoqualmie Valley is a cooperative effort, facilitated by the Greenway Trust, to celebrate and promote the local food and farms, arts and culture, heritage, outdoor activities, and independent businesses of the Snoqualmie Valley. Local events, activities, stories, and destinations were promoted through the Savor website, Facebook page, and suite of brochures. A series of historical downtown walking tour itineraries elevated the unique history of each community and encouraged visitation to the downtown business cores. Visit savorsnoqualmievalley.org to see what’s new.
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Ecological Restoration in the Snoqualmie Valley

Snoqualmie River Valley
The Greenway Trust coordinated community volunteers and professional conservation crews to restore several important open spaces in the Snoqualmie Valley. Projects included invasive plant removal and replanting with over 11,000 native trees and shrubs at Meadowbrook Farm, Sandy Cove, Kimball Creek, and Bernard Memorial Park to provide better wildlife habitat and shade along the Snoqualmie River and its tributaries. The Greenway Trust also continued a decade-long effort to control highly invasive knotweed populations along the Raging River, engaging both public and private landowners.
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Our Work

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley

Campaign Progress

The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. After three years, the Middle Fork campaign has raised more than $8 million in funding to develop sustainable infrastructure, access, and ongoing maintenance and operations in the Valley. It is thrilling to see the public and private sectors coming together to invest in the future of this priceless community asset.

Middle Fork Redecking Project

Construction of the Gateway Bridge symbolized the spirit of collaboration surrounding the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. Twenty-five years ago, a group of dedicated volunteers worked with the USDA Forest Service and spent weeks in the once-lawless Valley. They carted supplies, camped out to guard bridge building materials, and risked stray bullets until a tricky helicopter lift finally put this iconic bridge in place. This year, many more people and organizations came together to replace its aging wooden deck. Backcountry Horsemen of Washington raised funds, TRM Mill provided lumber at a discounted rate, and volunteers spent many days taking care of this iconic structure so it can continue to carry hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and picnickers over this Wild and Scenic River.

New Recreational Sites & Facilities

Trails, river-access sites, signage, and sanitation facilities are all essential to directing and absorbing heavy recreational activity and preserving the long-term quality of the Valley’s wild expanse. This year, we completed the family-friendly, 1.5-mile Oxbow Loop Trail, constructed in partnership with the state Department of Natural Resources along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River and past an oxbow lake. This new trail easily connects people to nature in a spectacular place, with future plans for educational and interpretive features. Since the start of the Middle Fork Campaign, we have also increased publicly accessible toilets from two to 11.

Campaign Progress

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
The Greenway Trust continues to lead a coalition of partner organizations working toward a sustainable balance between recreation and healthy ecological conditions in the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. After three years, the Middle Fork campaign has raised more than $8 million in funding to develop sustainable infrastructure, access, and ongoing maintenance and operations in the Valley. It is thrilling to see the public and private sectors coming together to invest in the future of this priceless community asset.
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Middle Fork Redecking Project

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
Construction of the Gateway Bridge symbolized the spirit of collaboration surrounding the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. Twenty-five years ago, a group of dedicated volunteers worked with the USDA Forest Service and spent weeks in the once-lawless Valley. They carted supplies, camped out to guard bridge building materials, and risked stray bullets until a tricky helicopter lift finally put this iconic bridge in place. This year, many more people and organizations came together to replace its aging wooden deck. Backcountry Horsemen of Washington raised funds, TRM Mill provided lumber at a discounted rate, and volunteers spent many days taking care of this iconic structure so it can continue to carry hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and picnickers over this Wild and Scenic River.
Read More

New Recreational Sites & Facilities

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
Trails, river-access sites, signage, and sanitation facilities are all essential to directing and absorbing heavy recreational activity and preserving the long-term quality of the Valley’s wild expanse. This year, we completed the family-friendly, 1.5-mile Oxbow Loop Trail, constructed in partnership with the state Department of Natural Resources along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River and past an oxbow lake. This new trail easily connects people to nature in a spectacular place, with future plans for educational and interpretive features. Since the start of the Middle Fork Campaign, we have also increased publicly accessible toilets from two to 11.
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National Public Lands Day Celebration

Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley
This year on National Public Lands Day, more than 150 people joined the Greenway Trust and our partners in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley to celebrate ongoing stewardship efforts and implement six new projects. From constructing new picnic tables, to enhancing native habitat, and nearing completion of the new Garfield Ledges trail, the energy and dedication from our volunteers could be felt throughout the Middle Fork Valley on this incredible day of stewardship.

Our Work

Upper Yakima Basin

New Teanaway Community Forest Recreation Plan

The Teanaway Community Forest Advisory Committee provides advice to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) about the ongoing management and recreation planning for the forest. The committee represents the interests of governments, communities, partners, and stakeholder groups reflecting the priorities of the broad cross-section of Washingtonians who cherish the forest. In December 2018, the agencies and advisory committee completed the Teanaway Community Forest Recreation Plan to serve as a supplement to the Teanaway Community Forest Management Plan. Now, the Teanaway is entering into a 15-year implementation phase guided by the plan.
During the summer of 2019, the Greenway Trust partnered with DNR to expand volunteer opportunities in the Teanaway by hosting the 3rd Annual Teanaway Work Party. Volunteers erected a mile of fencing to prevent cattle from crossing out of grazing pastures and into sensitive restoration areas

Towns to Teanaway Trail Progress

In October 2018, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Washington Trails Association (WTA), Kittitas County Parks and Recreation District, and REI Co-op came together in the largest-ever trail building event to take place in the Greenway! More than 300 REI executives and store managers turned out to build 2.3 miles of trail from the border of the Roslyn Urban Forest to the top of the Cle Elum Ridge. The “Ewok” trail is the first completed piece of the recently designed Towns to Teanaway trail system. REI funded excavation work to rough in the trail line as well as the hand tools needed for 300+ of their staff to do the finishing work. WTA flagged the trail line and provided expert crew leads, and the Greenway Trust oversaw event logistics, tool acquisitions, and coordination with REI. In Spring of 2019, The Kittitas Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance offered to help fund design and construction of a downhill bike trail that would complete the Ewok loop into the town of Ronald. The Kittitas EMBA chapter, Greenway staff, and local businesses partnered to develop grant applications and events to benefit the project. They successfully collected the resources and volunteer manpower to complete 2.25 miles of bike trail, as well as 3 miles of a multi-use trail for hikers, equestrians, and other users.

Human Ecology Mapping

Kittitas County has become the site of a unique cross-boundary model of recreation management. Known as the East Cascade Recreation Partnership (ECRP), it is made up of federal, state, and county land management agencies, private landowners, and recreation groups, all seeking to design regional recreation systems and better coordinate their limited resources. The Greenway Trust facilitates the partnership, and created a position during 2018-2019 to conduct a survey assessment of recreational patterns across the eastern Cascades to inform future work.

New Teanaway Community Forest Recreation Plan

Upper Yakima Basin
The Teanaway Community Forest Advisory Committee provides advice to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) about the ongoing management and recreation planning for the forest. The committee represents the interests of governments, communities, partners, and stakeholder groups reflecting the priorities of the broad cross-section of Washingtonians who cherish the forest. In December 2018, the agencies and advisory committee completed the Teanaway Community Forest Recreation Plan to serve as a supplement to the Teanaway Community Forest Management Plan. Now, the Teanaway is entering into a 15-year implementation phase guided by the plan. During the summer of 2019, the Greenway Trust partnered with DNR to expand volunteer opportunities in the Teanaway by hosting the 3rd Annual Teanaway Work Party. Volunteers erected a mile of fencing to prevent cattle from crossing out of grazing pastures and into sensitive restoration areas
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Towns to Teanaway Trail Progress

Upper Yakima Basin
In October 2018, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Washington Trails Association (WTA), Kittitas County Parks and Recreation District, and REI Co-op came together in the largest-ever trail building event to take place in the Greenway! More than 300 REI executives and store managers turned out to build 2.3 miles of trail from the border of the Roslyn Urban Forest to the top of the Cle Elum Ridge. The “Ewok” trail is the first completed piece of the recently designed Towns to Teanaway trail system. REI funded excavation work to rough in the trail line as well as the hand tools needed for 300+ of their staff to do the finishing work. WTA flagged the trail line and provided expert crew leads, and the Greenway Trust oversaw event logistics, tool acquisitions, and coordination with REI. In Spring of 2019, The Kittitas Chapter of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance offered to help fund design and construction of a downhill bike trail that would complete the Ewok loop into the town of Ronald. The Kittitas EMBA chapter, Greenway staff, and local businesses partnered to develop grant applications and events to benefit the project. They successfully collected the resources and volunteer manpower to complete 2.25 miles of bike trail, as well as 3 miles of a multi-use trail for hikers, equestrians, and other users.
Read More

Human Ecology Mapping

Upper Yakima Basin
Kittitas County has become the site of a unique cross-boundary model of recreation management. Known as the East Cascade Recreation Partnership (ECRP), it is made up of federal, state, and county land management agencies, private landowners, and recreation groups, all seeking to design regional recreation systems and better coordinate their limited resources. The Greenway Trust facilitates the partnership, and created a position during 2018-2019 to conduct a survey assessment of recreational patterns across the eastern Cascades to inform future work.
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Our Work

National Heritage Area

Local Pride & Joy is a National Treasure

After eight years of tireless advocacy, the Mountains to Sound Greenway was designated a National Heritage Area (NHA) on March 12, 2019!

We proudly join 54 other NHA sites in 32 states, including iconic and historic landscapes such as New York’s Niagara Falls, Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, and North Carolina’s Blue Ridge. Through public-private partnerships, NHAs support historic preservation, natural resource conservation, recreation, heritage tourism, and educational projects. Leveraging funds and long-term support for projects, these partnerships foster pride of place and an enduring stewardship ethic.

Next Steps

As the named coordinating entity, the Greenway Trust aspires to reach every community and every corner of the 1.5 million acre landscape to engage an inclusive coalition of people as stewards of their public lands, trails, natural resources, and cultural heritage. The overarching care for the Greenway, the people who live here, and the connections between them, is the driver of the NHA vision to inspire action to protect and enhance this place we all love.

Thank you to our partners and every one of you who supported us over the years. It is because of all of you that the Greenway will be conserved for future generations, connecting our residents and visitors with the diverse people, landscapes, and stories of this region.

Local Pride & Joy is a National Treasure

National Heritage Area
After eight years of tireless advocacy, the Mountains to Sound Greenway was designated a National Heritage Area (NHA) on March 12, 2019! We proudly join 54 other NHA sites in 32 states, including iconic and historic landscapes such as New York’s Niagara Falls, Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, and North Carolina’s Blue Ridge. Through public-private partnerships, NHAs support historic preservation, natural resource conservation, recreation, heritage tourism, and educational projects. Leveraging funds and long-term support for projects, these partnerships foster pride of place and an enduring stewardship ethic.
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Next Steps

National Heritage Area
As the named coordinating entity, the Greenway Trust aspires to reach every community and every corner of the 1.5 million acre landscape to engage an inclusive coalition of people as stewards of their public lands, trails, natural resources, and cultural heritage. The overarching care for the Greenway, the people who live here, and the connections between them, is the driver of the NHA vision to inspire action to protect and enhance this place we all love. Thank you to our partners and every one of you who supported us over the years. It is because of all of you that the Greenway will be conserved for future generations, connecting our residents and visitors with the diverse people, landscapes, and stories of this region.
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2018 Financial Report

Revenue

Revenue
Government Grants & Contracts $1,302,136
Contributions $2,356,924
In-kind Contributions $30,119
Investment & Endowment Revenue $82,182

Expenses

Expenses
Program Expenses $2,680,204
Management & General $246,592
Fundraising $224,777

Assets

Assets
NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR $2,986,816
NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR $3,606,604
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS *Restricted Middle Fork, project restricted, and pledged in-kind $619,788

Board Lists

    • Tod McDonald
    • Co-Founder, Valid8 Financial
    • Doug McClelland
    • Former Assistant Region Manager, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Jim Ellis
    • Chairman Emeritus, Washington State Convention Center
    • Josh M. Lipsky
    • Partner, Cascadia Law Group PLLC
    • Jason Broenneke
    • Partner, KPMG
    • Ken Krivanec
    • President, Quadrant Homes
    • Marie Quasius
    • Senior Port Counsel, Port of Seattle
    • Cora Johnson
    • Geotechnical Engineer, GeoEngineers
    • Jon Hoekstra
    • Executive Director, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Erin Anderson
    • Partner, Van Ness Feldman LLP
    • Eric Artz
    • President and CEO, REI Co-op
    • Sally Bagshaw
    • Councilmember, City of Seattle
    • Jim Becker
    • Retired, Founder, SmartLab Toys and becker&mayer!
    • Laurie Benson
    • South Puget Sound Assistant Region Manager for Conservation, Recreation, and Transactions, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Gary Berndt
    • Wildland Fire Liaison, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Mark Boyar
    • President, Middle Fork Outdoor Recreation Coalition
    • Kevin Brown
    • King County Parks & Recreation
    • Susan Carlson
    • Board Chair, E3 Washington
    • Bill Chapman
    • Past President, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
    • Dow Constantine
    • King County Executive
    • Kitty Craig
    • Deputy Director, Washington Program, The Wilderness Society
    • Karl Forsgaard
    • Manager of Implementations, Thomson Reuters; Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Kurt Fraese
    • Fraese and Associates, LLC
    • Hilary Franz
    • Commissioner of Public Lands, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Ava Frisinger
    • Former Mayor, City of Issaquah
    • Kari Glover
    • Retired, Global Integration Partner, K&L Gates
    • Don Hoch
    • Director, Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Laura Hoffman
    • Owner, Copper Ridge Farm; Senior Director, Microsoft
    • Angela Jin
    • Community Wrangler, Automattic, Inc.
    • Andrew Kenefick
    • Senior Legal Counsel, Waste Management of Washington, Inc.
    • Jamie Kingsbury
    • Supervisor, USFS Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • Janet N. Knox
    • Principal Environmental Geochemist, Pacific Groundwater Group
    • Ken Konigsmark
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • Yvonne Kraus
    • Executive Director, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
    • Danny Levine
    • President, NationAd Communications
    • Sharon Linton
    • Marketing Consultant, SL Connects
    • Lorna Luebbe
    • Assistant General Counsel/Director Environment Program Services, Puget Sound Energy
    • Elizabeth Lunney
    • Former Greenway Trust Interim Executive Director
    • Robert Manelski
    • Senior Director, 787 Program, The Boeing Company
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr.
    • President & CEO, United Way of King County
    • Roger Millar
    • Secretary of Transportation, Washington State Department of Transportation
    • Chad Nesland
    • Director, Microsoft Procurement
    • Mary Norton
    • Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association
    • Thomas O’Keefe
    • Pacific NW Stewardship Director, American Whitewater
    • Julie Parrish
    • Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Environment, University of Washington
    • David Patton
    • Northwest Area Director, The Trust for Public Land
    • Kizz Prusia
    • Project Associate, Triangle Associates
    • Charles Raines
    • Director Cascade Checkerboard Project, Sierra Club
    • Janet Ray
    • Former Assistant Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Publishing, AAA Washington
    • Jim Reinhardsen
    • President, Laird Norton Properties
    • Floyd Rogers
    • Environmental Advocate
    • Vik Sahney
    • The Mountaineers; American Alpine Club
    • Jill Simmons
    • Executive Director, Washington Trails Association
    • Al Smith
    • Partner, Perkins Coie LLP
    • David Sturtevant
    • Retired, Vice President, CH2M
    • Maryanne Tagney
    • Community at Large Representative
    • Chris Thomas
    • Senior Vice President, Government Market Head, Property & Buildings Sector, WSP USA
    • Harry Thomas
    • Chief Marketing Officer, AAA Washington
    • Leah Tivoli
    • Manager, City of Seattle
    • Kathy Williams
    • Former Senior Vice President, HomeStreet Bank
    • Mike Williams
    • Supervisor, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
    • Joel Yoker
    • Principal Program Manager, Microsoft; Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activities and Community Center
    • Claudia Balducci
    • Councilmember, District 6, King County Council
    • Jim Berry
    • Community at Large Representative, Sammamish
    • Steve Brand
    • Partnerships & Planning Program Manager, WA State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Michelle Capp
    • Cle Elum District Ranger, USFS Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
    • William Castillo
    • Principal, GGLO
    • John Chelminiak
    • Mayor, City of Bellevue
    • Alan Coburn
    • President & CEO, Green Trails Maps
    • Jim DeVere
    • Mayor, City of South Cle Elum
    • Jan Drago
    • Former Councilmember, City of Seattle
    • Reagan Dunn
    • Councilmember, District 9, King County Council
    • Dr. Eric Friedland
    • Emergency Medicine Physician, Overlake Hospital
    • Leonard Garfield
    • Executive Director, Museum of History & Industry
    • Tom Gibbs
    • Retired, Vice President, CH2M Hill
    • Paul Graves
    • Washington State Representative, 5th District (R)
    • Kenneth Hearing
    • Mayor, City of North Bend
    • Ron Judd
    • Washington State Department of Transportation
    • Jeanne Kohl-Welles
    • Councilmember, District 4, King County Council
    • Leon Kos
    • Retired, City Administrator, City of Issaquah
    • Trevor Kostanich
    • Councilmember, Position 3, City of North Bend
    • Kathy Lambert
    • Councilmember, District 3, King County Council
    • Matt Larson
    • Mayor, City of Snoqualmie
    • Arlene Levy
    • Partner, Social Venture Partners
    • Mike Livingston
    • Regional Director, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
    • Christie Malchow
    • Mayor, City of Sammamish
    • Joe McDermott
    • Councilmember, District 8, King County Council
    • Dan McDonald
    • Former State Senator; Principal Engineer, MWH Americas
    • Jay McGowan
    • Mayor, City of Cle Elum
    • Sue McLain
    • Retired, Senior VP Delivery, Operations, Puget Sound Energy
    • Julie Meredith
    • Program Administrator, WSDOT Northwest Region
    • Mark Mullet
    • Washington State Senator, 5th District (D)
    • Obie O’Brien
    • Commissioner, District 3, Kittitas County Commissioners
    • Laura Osiadacz
    • Commissioner, District 2, Kittitas County Commissioners
    • Mary Lou Pauly
    • Mayor, City of Issaquah
    • Larry Phillips
    • Former Councilmember, District 4, King County Council
    • Martie Schramm
    • Snoqualmie District Ranger, USFS Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • Ron Sher
    • CEO, Sher Partners
    • Peter Spiro
    • Retired, Technical Fellow, Microsoft
    • Julie Stangell
    • Consulting Forester and Environmental Auditor
    • Ian Sutton
    • Attorney, Summit Law Group
    • Todd Trepanier
    • Regional Administrator, WSDOT South Central Region
    • Kurt Triplett
    • City Manager, City of Kirkland
    • Jason Walker
    • Former Councilmember, Position 7, City of Duvall
    • Glenn Wallace
    • President, King County Search and Rescue
    • Todd Welker
    • SE Region Manager, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources
    • Dan Youmans
    • Former Regional Vice President, External Affairs, AT&T Wireless

Donors

The Greenway Trust gratefully acknowledges the individuals, businesses, and foundations that generously support our work across the Mountains to Sound Greenway.
  • Greenway Visionaries
  • $25,000+
    • Douglas and Kristi McClelland
    • Greg Smith
    • The Ted and Gretchen Thomsen Family
    • Anonymous
  • $10,000-$24,999
    • Marjorie Boetter
    • Jim Ellis
    • Arlene Levy
    • Inger Osberg
    • Jon Hoekstra and Jennifer Steele
    • Jerry Stritzke
    • Maryanne Tagney and David Jones
    • Maggie Walker
    • Kathy Williams
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Anonymous
    • Jim and Barbara Becker
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Fred and Joan Burnstead
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
    • Jeffrey and Eleanor Freeman
    • Jean Gibbs
    • Kari Glover and Thaddas Alston
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen
    • Ron and Eva Sher
    • Brogan Thomsen
    • Robert Wiley
  • Guardians of the Greenway
  • $2,500-$4,999
    • Candace Smith and Steven Bolliger
    • Betty Bottler
    • Susan and Eric Carlson
    • Bill and Frankie Chapman
    • Grimm Family
    • Lynn Hubbard and David Zapolsky
    • Andrew and Polly Kenefick
    • Bob and Deanna Manelski
    • Sue McLain and Steve Persing
    • Jens Molbak
    • John and Harriett Morton
    • Debby and Brian Peterman
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
    • Matt and Jennie Shaw
    • Al Smith and Barb Potashnick
    • John and Jennifer Spaith
    • Peter and April Spiro
    • Webb Thomsen
    • Carol Weisbecker and Michael Ernst
    • Joel and Wendy Yoker
  • $1,000-$2,499
    • Alan and Cheryl Ameche
    • Heather Andersen and Mike Cowden
    • Erin Anderson and Adam Torem
    • David and Leigh Bangs
    • Tom Bayley
    • Alan Black
    • Michael and Debra Bresko
    • Amy and Andreas Brockhaus
    • Jason and Liz Broenneke
    • Stephen Brown and Sarah Battersby
    • William Castillo and Beth Dwyer
    • Theodore and Patricia Collins
    • Stacey Crawshaw-Lewis
    • Jennifer and Chuck Creveling
    • Todd DuChene
    • Stephanie Dunlap
    • John Ellis
    • Kim and Scott Fancher
    • Susanne Forderer
    • Alden Garrett
    • Vanessa Gemmell
    • Todd and Rhonda Glass
    • Laura Hoffman and John Burry
    • Patsy Huntington and John Gove
    • Karen Hust and Todd Vogel
    • Andrew Jacobson
    • Judy Jesiolowski and David Thompson
    • Sally and Warren Jewell
    • Mike and Peggy Kanaga
    • Janet Knox and Tom Fehsenfeld
    • Casey Kramer
    • Ken and Kay Krivanec
    • Walter Kuciej
    • Russ Levy
    • Dr. Jerry and Marguerite Lewis
    • Sharon and William Linton
    • Nancy Lomneth and Mark Boyd
    • Gordon McHenry, Jr and Dorina Calderon-McHenry
    • Mark McPherson and Brandith Irwin
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    • Michael Ratanapintha
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    • Carolyn Searles and Jim Goldman
    • Virginia Senear
    • Bridget Sevigny
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We are seeking to raise $20 million to create recreational infrastructure and cooperative management in the Middle Fork, ensuring a sustainable future for the wild, 110,000-acre valley. To join the effort, contact Michael Woodsum.
  • $500,000 - $999,000
    • The Boeing Company
  • $100,000 - $499,999
    • Greg & Monica Smith
    • The Norcliffe Foundation
    • Treeline Foundation
    • Maggie Walker
    • Waste Management Association
    • Wyncote Foundation Northwest
  • $20,000 - $99,999
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • National Forest Foundation
    • Allan and Inger Osberg
    • Peach Foundation
    • Ron and Eva Sher
    • Brogan Thomsen
  • $10,000 - 19,999
    • Anonymous
    • Mark Boyar and Gretchen Weitkamp
    • Jones & Jones Architects
    • Arlene Levy
    • Vikram and Jessica Sahney
    • Thomsen Family
    • Valley Camp
  • $2,500 - 9,999
    • Alpine Lakes Protection Society
    • Eric and Katie Artz
    • Cascade Gateway Foundation
    • Charles Fleming and Deborah Klein
    • Kurt and Roberta Fraese
    • Green Trails Maps
    • HEARTLAND LLC
    • Issaquah Alps Trails Club
    • National Environmental Education Foundation
    • Jim and Bonnie Reinhardsen
    • Floyd and Judy Rogers
    • Candace Smith and Steve Bolliger
    • David and Sue Sturtevant
  • Corporate & Foundation Support
  • $100,000+
    • REI Co-op
    • The Boeing Company
    • Wyncote Foundation Northwest
  • $50,000 - $99,999
    • American Forests
    • Carter Subaru and Volkswagen
  • $20,000 - $49,999
    • Bullitt Foundation
    • Greenvelope, LLC
    • Holocene Foundation
    • Marie and Walter Williams Fund
    • Russell Family Foundation
    • The Nature Conservancy
  • $10,000 - $19,999
    • AAA Washington
    • Fred R. Smith Foundation
    • Grousemont Foundation
    • Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
    • Potelco
  • $5,000-$9,999
    • Cascadia Law Group PLLC
    • Hugh & Jane Ferguson Foundation
    • Laird Norton Foundation
    • National Environmental Education Foundation
    • Norman Archibald Charitable Foundation
    • Perkins Coie LLP
    • Puget Sound Energy
    • Quadrant Homes
    • Rotary Club of Seattle
    • Sterling Realty Organization
    • Treeline Foundation
    • Waste Management of Washington
  • $1,000 - $4,999
    • 4Culture
    • Asplundh Tree Expert Company
    • Back Country Horsemen of Washington
    • Back Country Horsemen of Washington- Pierce County Chapter
    • Back Country Horsemen of Washington- Tahoma Chapter
    • EarthShare of Washington
    • Eastside Runners
    • GeoEngineers, Inc.
    • GGLO
    • Google
    • Green Trails Maps
    • Harrington-Schiff Foundation
    • K&L Gates LLP
    • KPMG LLP
    • Liberty High School DECA
    • Molbak’s Garden & Home
    • Port Blakely
    • Recology Cleanscapes
    • Thomson Reuters
    • Washington Trails Association
    • Washington Women’s Foundation
    • Wildlife Conservation Society
    • Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation
    • WSP
  • In-Kind Support
    • Annie's Art and Frame
    • Heartland LLC
    • Michael Gribble
    • Moonphoto
    • Perkins Coie LLP
    • REI Co-op
    • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
  • Tribal, Partner, and Agency Support
    • City of Carnation
    • City of Duvall
    • City of Issaquah
    • City of Mercer Island
    • City of North Bend
    • City of Seattle
    • City of Shoreline
    • City of Snoqualmie
    • City of Woodinville
    • King Conservation District
    • King County
    • King County Flood Control District
    • Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed
    • Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
    • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
    • Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
    • Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
    • Snoqualmie Watershed Forum
    • Washington State Department of Commerce
    • Washington State Department of Natural Resources
    • Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission
    • Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office
Thank you to those who choose to make the future of the Mountains to Sound Greenway a part of their personal legacy.
  • $780,000
    • Ted and Gretchen Thomsen Estate
  • $13,700
    • Marjorie Boetter Estate

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